Paul Ince has been charged by the FA for the second time this season over his conduct towards match officials.
Ince was charged for three separate incidents, alleged to have taken place following the his side's 2-1 win against Bournemouth on Saturday.
One of the three charges is for "his behaviour towards a match official constituting violent conduct". The other charges Ince faces are for using abusive and/or insulting words and using threatening words and/or behaviour towards an official.
Assistant boss Alex Rae has also been charged with threatening behaviour towards an official. Both have until 18:00 BST on Thursday to respond. Ince was sent to the stands during the match after a bottle he threw inadvertently hit a female supporter, something for which Ince has since apologised.
Ince was charged first charged by the FA in August after his side's League Cup exit at the hands of local rivals Preston. His son Tom Ince, who played in the game, was also charged for inappropriate gestures towards an official.
Tom Ince scored Blackpool's only goal on Tuesday as Blackpool were beaten 3-1 by bottom side Millwall.
Ince is just one of several charges that have ben handed out to managers by the FA in recent weeks, with Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio also being sent to the stands at the weekend.